Workforce planning is a key requirement of integrated planning and reporting (IPR). At Localise, we have substantial experience in workforce planning and understand how it links with the other components of IPR.
Mark has recently completed a Masters in Public Management which included contemporary workforce planning and HR management and has also gained substantial knowledge of leading workforce planning in his career as a CEO. Examples of his experience include leading a large urban local authority through an amalgamation with four other local governments and leading a medium sized Council following the introduction of integrated planning in New Zealand in 2002.
Vicky’s work in corporate planning led her to further her studies in this area and in 2010 she completed a Masters in Business Administration covering a range of contemporary organisational and business issues, including strategic human resource management and workforce planning. In addition, her dissertation focused on change management and employee readiness for change using a local government in Western Australia as a case study.
Alison is an economist currently completing her last paper in a Masters in Public Management. She specialised in workforce planning at national, regional and industry levels during her time at the (then) Department of Labour in New Zealand, contributing to the development of Better Work, Working Better, NZs labour market strategy at the time as well as leading the development of best practice guidelines for workforce planning at a regional level. She also co-chaired the Food and Beverage Sector Skills Group which produced a skills strategy for that sector. Alison also has substantial knowledge of and experience in workforce planning in her own management career.